Sometimes, you've got a great setting that you want your group to play. But, it uses a different gaming system and some players can be resistant to learning a whole new set of rules. If you were a Spheres of Power or Spheres of Might player, this could pose an issue until now. Conversions for both of these over to D&D 5th edition are up on Kickstarter now.
The Germans swept in and took over France relatively quickly during WWII. And while the Vichy government capitulated with German demands, there was a large, underground resistance movement in the country. They'd sabotage gear, destroy material, cut communication lines, and basically do everything they could to distrupt the Germans. Now, in La Resistance, you can join them. The new card and dice game is up on Kickstarter now.
While WWII might get most of the spotlight shone on it when it comes to coverage of the World Wars, I've always maintained that WWI was more important, as it was what directly set up not only WWII, but almost all of the events of the 20th century and to this very day. And, during WWI, one of the most pivotal battles was Verdun. It was a hellish land on the Western Front. Now, you can relive those harrowing times on your tabletop with Verdun: Steel Inferno, a card-driven strategic battle game that's up on Kickstarter now.
House of Tenefyr is a dungeon-delving, fully cooperative deck-building game where you must outfit yourself with gear, head into the dark tunnels, and work together to slay monsters and defeat the boss at the end (hopefully, anyway). The Second Curse is a new expansion that fully doubles the options available to you when making your deck and setting up the dungeon. A new reprint of the game as well as the new expansion are up on Kickstarter now.
This week has continued to go along quickly. Of course, that's not a complaint. I'm ready for game this weekend. I'm hoping you have gaming sessions lined up as well. If you do, chances are you'll need some terrain. Well, that's what we're here to tell you about now.
Today in the Terrain Corner we have: Acheson Accessories for 2020 - The 9th Wave, Tempestus Pillbox Now Available From Tabletop Scenics, New Realm of Heaven Battle Mat Available from Deep-Cut Studio, and Towns & Taverns Launches Today on Kickstarter.
It's amazing what people will do for a shiny piece of metal. At least, that's what the animals in Tiny Towns have figured out. While digging out a hole in a hill to make more space, they came across a seemingly useless metal. It wasn't good for building, but melting it down and turning it into little discs has really taken off. Now, everyone wants these "coins." And that's just what Fortune, the new Tiny Towns expansion, brings to the game. You can pick up your copies now.
At Hogwarts, throughout the year, the different Houses are engaged in a battle for points. Many things can bring honor or dishonor upon your House, causing a gain or loss in points. In the end, only one will be the winner. And that's what you'll be trying to be in the Harry Potter: House Cup Competition board game.
*puts on yellow jersey* Go Hufflepuff!
While the main Pathfinder book gives you pretty much everything you need to play or run a game, the Gamemastery Guide is dedicated to giving GMs a whole host of new tools to up their game to not just the next level, but a couple levels. All the way from the basics to NPCs to variant rules, it's got everything a GM needs.
The Dothraki are effectively born riding a horse. They are equestrians of the highest caliber, with even their main troops being cavalry. If you're looking to add some more thundering hooves to your House Targaryen forces in the A Song of Ice and Fire: Tabletop Miniatures Game, you don't have long to wait. The Dothraki Screamers box will be hitting shelves tomorrow. But before you head down to the LGS, you can find out what they're capable of in this article.
Stalingrad was one of the most brutal conflicts during WWII. The close, street-to-street fighting made the use of snipers an everyday issue for both sides. With endless places to hide, a sniper could pin down entire sections of enemy forces or take out key members of the opposing force. In this article, Warlord Games takes a look at snipers in Bolt Action and specifically the Stalingrad book.